The former Monastery of the Immaculate Heart on Lititz Pike. (Source: Google Street View)
The former Monastery of the Immaculate Heart on Lititz Pike. (Source: Google Street View)

• State police settle immigration enforcement profiling suit: The agency will pay $865,000 to 10 plaintiffs who claimed troopers improperly pulled them over and detained them on suspicion of violating federal immigration law. The state police agreed to bar troopers from immigration enforcement. (Source: CBS 21)

• CHI St. Joseph announces school name: The former Monastery of the Immaculate Heart will become the Mary Francis Bachmann School, the nonprofit said. (Source: LNP)

• Ephrata librarian to testify about book banning: The U.S. House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties will hear this morning from Samantha Hull, as well as two Central York students. (Source: WGAL)

• Manheim Township police hold Ukraine donation drive: The department is collecting clothing and hygiene supplies as well as helmets and protective vests. (Source: WGAL)

• National/world roundup: Survivors recount alleged Russian war crimes in Ukraine. (Source: NBC News) U.N. to vote on suspending Russia from Human Rights Council. (Source: AP) Senate poised to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court. (Source: ABC News) Experts advise development of variant-specific Covid-19 vaccine boosters. (Source: NPR) Capitol Hill fox that reportedly bit nine people euthanized, tests positive for rabies. (Source: CBS News)

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